20 October 2010

The Love Triangle

I was going to post some serious stuff but I figured I'd give ya'll a daddy tale...

I was playing barbies with the baby. She has a boy barbie who is dancing with a girl barbie.. I'm holding a girl one when the baby wants me to tap the boy barbie (ken) on the shoulder and ask him why he is dancing with this other chick. I proceed and the baby makes ken say "I'm not with you anymore, I'm with her"....

This plays out as my barbie getting mad and proceeding to dance with another dude. Then Ken getting jealous and storming over to start a fight. I play along for a minute because I don't get to watch Maury and this is as close to this kinda drama as I get. Finally I stop playing and ask "Where did you see this?" The baby looks at me then answers "At grandma's in the Disney movie".

hhhmmm I'm not sure when Disney started putting this kind of drama into movies but Ill be sure to pay more attention to what message they are sending the youth lol

Needless to say barbie playtime was over and I went back to watching ESPN.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOL!!! So cute!!! Yeah you may want to peep at Disney from time to time. You'll be suprised at what you may see.

Towanna

This One Woman said...

I agree Disney is certainly like it used to be. There are love triangles and kissing. Yep, Take a look. My kid who is 5 only watches the cartoons on Disney b/c I don't like how in those other shows the kids talk to their parents.

buttahflychronicles said...

Toy Story?

Kingsmomma said...

LOL good ole disney. ALl of the cartoons have some suspect content included, we never really pay attention. Popeye used to regularly beat on olive and how many times did Druno have to physically force a kiss on her?
belle had stockholm syndrome, jafar almost gave princess Jasmine the backhand at one point.

Monique said...

I've been saying it for years: Disney is undercover on some other stuff. LOL

Ieisha said...

I think that happened in Princess and the Frog, lol.

But Disney is always on the low-low with the drama. Think about it, the families are always broken, parents always die, there's always some emotional or mental abuse going on.

Wholesome, my ass, lol.

Go said...

I've been hearing tales of Disney and their mess. But what's funny is I remember when I was a little girl we needed an extra person to play with us when we did the barbie thing so we would recruit my nephew. For some reason he always had to have the red Ferrari and his Ken doll always beat the shit out of his barber *with arms extended fully ahead* I just thought that was weird.

Sincerely,

Go